Other editions - View all
action admitted aged amount appeared applied arteries attended become believe blood Board body bone called cancer cause child chloroform College common complete condition considerable continued corresponding course cure death described died direction disease effect employed evidence examination existed experience extremity fact foot four give given hand head heart Hospital House important increase interesting joint late less London matter means Medical Medicine membrane months muscles nature necessary nerves object observed occurred officers operation opinion organs pain passed patient performed period persons portion position practice present probably produced Profession question received regard remained remarks removed result seen severe side surface Surgeon symptoms taken tion treatment tube tumour usual week whole wound
Page 149 - Druggists' General Receipt Book. Comprising a Copious Veterinary Formulary, Recipes in Patent and Proprietary Medicines, Druggists' Nostrums, etc. ; Perfumery and Cosmetics, Beverages, Dietetic Articles and Condiments, Trade Chemicals, Scientific Processes, and an Appendix of Useful Tables.
Page 39 - ... a convenient stock of flax hemp wool thread iron and other necessary ware and stuff to set the poor on work: and also competent sums of money for and towards the necessary relief of the lame impotent old blind and such other among them being poor and not able to work...
Page 318 - Surgerv of any University requiring residence to obtain degrees, will be admitted for examination on producing their diploma, licence, or degree, together with proof of being twenty-one years of age, and of having been occupied at least four years in the acquirement of professional knowledge.
Page 182 - They will never change colour or decay, and will be found superior to any Teeth ever before used. This method does not require the Extraction of Roots, or any painful operation and will support and preserve Teeth that are loose, and is guaranteed to restore Articulation and Mastication.
Page 152 - Person" shall be construed to include any Body Politic, Corporate, or Collegiate, Aggregate or Sole, as well as any Individual; the Word "Poor" shall be construed to include any Pauper or poor or indigent Person applying for or receiving Relief from the Poor Rate in England or Wales, or chargeable thereto; the Words "Poor Law...
Page 209 - ... is by no means explained when we are told that it is to hinder the blood, by its weight, from all flowing into inferior parts; for the edges of the valves in the jugular veins hang downwards, and are so contrived that they prevent the blood from rising upwards...
Page 253 - Manual of Technical Analysis ; a Guide for the Testing and Valuation of the various Natural and Artificial Substances employed in the Arts and Domestic Economy, founded on the work of Dr. Bolley. Edit, by Dr. Paul. 100 Woodcuts. BRIDGEWATER TREATISES. Bell (Sir Charles) on the Hand ; its Mechanism and Vital Endowments, as evincing Design. Preceded by an Account of the Author s Discoveries in the Nervous System by A.
Page 255 - ... contemplate going further back than the seventeenth century, or commencing with any earlier instrument than Otto Guericke's sulphur globe of 1670. His attention, however, had been incidentally directed to the employment of the living torpedo as a remedial agent by the ancient Greek and Roman physicians ; and he now felt satisfied that a living electric fish was alike the earliest and the most familiar electric instrument employed by mankind.
Page 209 - Nature had not placed so many valves without design ; and no design seemed more probable, than that, since the blood could not well, because of the interposing valves, be sent by the veins to the limbs, it should be sent through the arteries, and return through the veins, whose valves did not oppose its course that way."* 284.